Washington vs Arizona State Spread, Line, Odds, Predictions, Over/Under & Betting Insights for College Basketball

Washington vs ASU Basketball Game Info

Washington Huskies (5-17, 4-13 Pac-12) vs. Arizona State Sun Devils (7-11, 4-8 Pac-12)
Date: Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021
Time: 9 p.m. EST
Venue: Desert Financial Arena – Tempe, AZ
Coverage: PAC12 Network

Washington vs ASU Spread & Odds

All NCAAM betting lines, odds and prop bets are available on FanDuel Sportsbook.
Moneyline: WSH: (+350) | ASU: (-450)
Spread: WSH: +9.5 (-110) | ASU: -9.5 (-110)
Total: 150.5 – Over: (-110) | Under: (-110)
Public (Spread) Betting Percentages via oddsFireWSH: (50%) | ASU: (50%)
Odds to Win NCAAM National Championship: WSH: (+20000) | ASU: (+12000)

Washington vs ASU Prediction & Pick

All college basketball win probability predictions and picks are according to the ESPN Basketball Power Index (BPI).
Washington: 18.7%
Arizona State: 81.3%

Washington vs ASU Head-to-Head Results & Betting Trends

– Washington defeated Arizona State, 90-83, in the most recent meeting between these two teams on March 5, 2020.
– Washington is 45-41 all-time in 86 head-to-head games against Arizona State.
– Washington is 9-13 against the spread (ATS) this season.
– Arizona State is 4-14 ATS this season.
– Washington defeated Cal, 62-51, in its most recent game on Feb. 20, 2021.
– Arizona State lost to UCLA, 80-79, in its most recent game on Feb. 20, 2021.


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